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-poverty groups warning millions of americans will be left vulnerable. jenna: well, "happening now," some new details on israeli aircraft carrying out a strike near a syrian coastal city. obama administration officials say their targets were russian-made missiles heading for hezbollah fighters. leland vittert is live from jerusalem with more on this story. leland? >> reporter: jenna, the israelis have long said that they will act to prevent any type of sophisticated weapon systems moving from syria down to syria's friends in lebanon, namely the militant group hezbollah. the location of this air strike, the syrian port city, one of the real regime strongholds there in syria, tells us about what likely was involved. they were trying to hit surface-to-air missiles that if they were transferred to hezbollah, would give that lebanese group the real ability to go after israeli planes over the skies of lebanon, something the israelis have acted before to prevent. a number of strikes over the past few months here against these syrian locations to try and prevent those missile transfers. what really h
two hours. it goes up tore a test 58 later today, president obama in a blog vote urging congress to pass the measure saying there is prod support for the bill among americans and it should be the law of the land. >>> a 19-year-old man is recovering this morning after quite bizarre scenario. he was froed from 2009 two buildings in new york city. firefighters say a student at nyu was stuck in a space about six to 12 inches wide. he had been stuck there for almost two days. once he was found, it took officials about an hour-and-a-half to break through three layers of cinder block to pull the man free. it is not sure how he got there. he may have fallen out a window into that space. forget snakes on a plane. how about an alligator at an airport. this was an alligator found under an escalator. an employer used a broom and dustpan to capture the reptile. it has been nicknamed aloby employees. it will eventually be placed in other home where the climate might be warmer an conducive. >> i have an alligator, i was using a dustpan, i personified it there. >> is that don corleone? >> i don'
in the obama competent economy. and this is before basically anyone had even heard of this obamacare web site. now that the health care law is actually coming on line, many americans are finding they'll be seeing premium increases or that they'll be getting hit with higher co-pays and deductibles or that they'll no longer see the doctors or use the hospitals of their choice. in fact, i've been hearing from constituents in western kentucky that a number of hospitals and health care providers they've relied upon will no longer be available in their network. and in many cases they'll be responsible for 100% of the costs associated with services performed at those stilts facilities they used to use. let me repeat. 100% of the cost. how is that an improvement? how is that reform? many in the middle class are also learning that the health plans they were promised they could keep are being taken away from them anyway. they feel absolutely betrayed. they feel hurt. and they feel vulnerable. when these folks are offered -- quote -- "comparable plans at all" they're often completely unaffordable. and i
obama has been in office we've added $6.4 trillion to the debt. so the truth is, it is going take two partieses to get us out of the mess. the american people expect us to do work together do it. what are the big challenges we face? i think my colleague senator graham talked about them. one is medicare is going bankrupt in 2026, social security goes bankrupt in 2033. the mandatory spending piece of what we spend our dollars on is two-thirds of federal spending. cbo's long-term outlook in the next 25 years looks worse for our nation. not better. and in fact, those important programs i just talked about mandatory spending, entitlement program. they're going squeeze out the discretion snare priorities we also care about defense fracture and education. if fell madly we don't take on the larger challenges then the people relying open the program we're not doing a service to them. it they are important for our nation. and they are important to i know many of my constituents and others who are relying on them for a secure retirement and future. my home is that we can lay a foundation for a l
the state and utah on the government to put these exchange is up, it is not fair to the american people that the republican states are not going to put the exchanges in, and then when it goes back, the first person they want to lean on as president obama. it is has filed a little bit though because he should have been on top of what is going down on the website. and then everybody would've had a chance to enjoy something that is going to be cheaper, and everybody that is talking about canceling their policies, that is because they are dumped policies. they put these policies out after the lock them out, low price, and then when they go to the hospital, they are out of pocket for over $1000. so sebelius needs to get on her job, too, because everybody is responsible. host: ok. on twitter this morning, radical rights and that the blame goes to democrats in the general. they passed this train wreck. -- different view from bill king on twitter who writes -- who is responsible for the problems and rollout of the aca? the republicans -- 42 attempts to dismantle it and lack of support. comments
because the assertion that no one reasonably could suggest this benefited the african-american community is drawn in to remarkable relief when one keeps in mind that in 2004, a state senator in illinois by the name of barack obama cosponsored an expansion of illinois' law providing civil immunity for those who use justifiable force to defend themselves. so the notion that "stand your ground" laws are some form of israelied -- vailed racism may be a convenient political attack, but it is not born out by the fact -- i want to secondly note the issue of alec, an organization that exists to encourage common sense legislation and state legislature. i would like to enter to the record multiple letters committed to me by organizations that are concerned about the targeting of the law in conjunction with this hearing. i would note that it should also be -- always be a concern when you see the united states senate targeting the exercise of free speech. the observation is not unique to me. indeed on august 8, 2013, the chicago -- ""chicago tribune" -- it gets down right cum we cumbersome when sena
, fewer than half of americans thinking it's a bad idea, and this is despite, as you point out, tara, the massive misinformation obfuscation campaign by republicans on this. i mean, they've been running against obama care for three election cycles. >> i have to jump on the electoral cal clus, which is what about the government shutdown? we have totally forgotten about the government shutdown and how the republican party blundered that. where people were out of work for week, billions of dollars were lost. so we're coming -- but the aca has obfuscated this, and this is going to be a real danger for the democratic party if it is not resolved. if we get to november and it's not worked out, come to december. >> americans haven't forgot. if we look at opinions about the republican party, they have declined as a result of that shutdown. they have not come back. in september, it was 44% negative. early october during the shutdown, 53% negative. late october, early novshgs we're still at 53% negative. people don't seem to have forgotten about the shutdown. >> anybody in washington, but let o
mr. obama leaves office. i'd like to see her pursue the story of his life and his wife's life, particularly i'm curious about how this man who was not that prominent in american politics was skyrocketed to the presidency, and even though many of his policies are not popular, he is still beloved by so many of our people. so i'd like to see her do a chronicle of his life after he leaves the presidency explaining his success in politics and perhaps how the hypocrisy in both his family and his father's family and his mother's family may have influenced him. so i'd love to -- >> host: thank you, vicki. kitty kelley? >> guest: well, i hope some publisher was listening to her. [laughter] it certainly would be a worthy, a worthy project. a worthy project. >> host: just to note, that caller mentioned david mare ran mis-- mare ran mis. booktv covered his first volume of "barack obama: the story," and, in fact, we traveled to kenya with him on that trip. he is currently working on the second volume, it'll probably be a while before it comes out, but he is working on that second -- >> gue
we get any enrollment data from the obama administration and the white house is warning that the numbers will be small. but interesting indicators out today from a new commonwealth fund survey. fewer than one in five americans who could be eligible for coverage under the affordable care act says they actually looked into enrolling at this point. 60% of those polled said they are aware of the marketplace, that's up from a third a few months ago. only slightly more than half are aware of the avail ability of subsidies. nose who have explored obama care, 21% have enrolled. encouraging number as among those who have bought the plans. one in five, younger than 30. while more than half are between 30 and 49. 7 3%, good to excellent health. one in four says that they're in fair to poor health. new health department notes released by a house panel show even as health officials encouraging americans to apply by phone and through navigators the system wide problems were impacting those paper enrollment requests as well. one notation from an october 11th meeting said, quote, the pa
everybody. fox news alert. this was the main obama care and throughout the next hour you will see a lot. welcome to hq. i am bill hemmer. >> and i am alisyn camerota. kathleen sebelius facing outrage. >> so let me say directly to the americans, you deserve better and i apologize. >> madame secretary while you are from kansas, we are not in kansas anymore. >> if you quote i price. >> it is hypothetical. >> okay, on the c- plan is a
leader. president obama has all of them. he's a builder, he has sound judgment, he has integrity, he sets clear direction, he listens, he inspires and most of all he acts decisively to support solutions that the american people need and solutions that help businesses grow and hire. i've been with the president in countless meetings. he often asks the question, how can government better partner with the private sector to grow our economy and create jobs? regardless of the economic problem, he drives solutions that resolve challenges. he understood the need to make sure our banking system was well capitalized and an engine of growth. so he took action to set us on a dation.ound he understood there was insufficient financing for startups, so he passed the jobs act. he understood that 95% of customers live outside our borders, so he created the national export initiative, which helped the united states reach a record $2.2 trillion in exports last year. i understood the trade agreements help more american-made goods reach global markets. so he's rolled out three new trade pa.c.s. and has us wo
on economic impact on cancer american society, sunday night at 9:00 p.m. eastern on c-span 2. >> the top or public in on the senate foreign relations committee said today that he is embarrassed by the obama administration's policy on syria and a lack of support to the syrian opposition. bob corker was addressing the ambassador to syria at this hearing. it includes an update on efforts to transfer syria's chemical weapons to international control. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> this hearing of the senate foreign relations on syria will come to order. we have two panels today. first panel is robert ford, ambassador to syria, the assistant administrator for the bureau of democracy atu assistant for international security and nonproliferation. our second panel we will have alabaster -- an ambassador for the center of the atlantic council. we welcome you all. i look forward in this hearing to hear your respective on the realities we face in syria, the state of play, the progress we have made, and where we go
that make it great leader. president obama has all of them. he is a builder, he has sound judgment. he has integrity, he sets clear direction, he listens, he actsres and most of all he decisively to support solutions that the american people need and solutions that help businesses grow and hire. i have been with the president in countless meetings. he often asks a question, how can government better partner with the private sector to grow our economy and create jobs e regardless of the economic problem, he drives solutions that resolve challenges. the need to make sure our banking system was well-capitalized and an engine of growth. so he took action to set us on a firmer foundation. he understood there was insufficient financing for startups so you past the job zach. he understood that 95% of customers live outside our borders, so he created the national export initiative which helped the united states reached a record $2.2 trillion in exports last year. he understood the trade agreements help more american made goods reach global markets, so he has rolled out tree new -- rolled out three
. >> you're out of time. >> you and i both know how important this issue is to all americans -- >> you've been listening to health care secretary kathleen sebelius testifying on capitol hill. when we come back, we'll talk to michele bachmann and get her views on obama care. we'll take a break. "squawk on the street" will be right back. before global opportunities were part of their investment strategy... before they funded scholarships to the schools that gave them scholarships... before they planned for their parents' future needs and their son's future... they chose a partner to help manage their wealth, one whose insights, solutions and approach have been relied on for over 200 years. that's the value of trusted connections. that's u.s. trust. >>> all morning long we've been watching the hearing in washington, d.c., the health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius testifying on capitol hill. michele bachmann is among a group of house republicans calling for the resignation of the secretary. congresswoman, good morning to you. >> good morning. great to be on with you. >> i'm
there's only been four african american female cast members. laur loren michaels says this is a priority and it will change. here's kerry washington as first lady michelle obama on saturday. >> well, in that case i will leave and in a few minutes oprah will be here. >> thank you mrs. obama. >> the producers at saturday night live would like to apologize to kerry washington for the number of black women she will be asked to play tonight. we made these requests because she is an actress of considerable range of talent and because snl doesn't have a black woman on the cast. >> and they said beyonce is also here and kerry washington runs through the doors. so on rousely snl is con trofrog this and it's going ♪ nothing says, "you're my #1 copilot," like a milk-bone biscuit. ♪ say it with milk-bone. shhhh! i have a cold with this annoying runny nose. [ sniffles ] i better take something. [ male announcer ] dayquil cold and flu doesn't treat that. it doesn't? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a fast-acting antihistamine. oh what a relief it is! pl
. >>> a german newspaper says u.s. president barack obama knew american agents were tapping chancellor angela merkel's mobile phone, something he denies. >>> chinese naval fleets are holding drills in the western pacific. observers say the country's flexing its military
we're following this hour. >>> a german newspaper says u.s. president barack obama knew american agents were tapping chancellor angela merkel's mobile phone, something he denies. >>> state-run media in china says a car that ran into pedestrians in beijing's
million americans? president obama and democrats in congress promised over and over again that if you liked your insurance you could keep it. and it just wasn't true. "the washington post" fact checker looked into the president's claim. these are the folks that say, truthful, not truthful. they gave him the full four pinocchios, completely false claims. the fact checker wrote, "the president's promise apparently came with a very large caveat: if you like your health care plan, all he be able to keep your health care plan if we" -- meaning the white house -- "if we deem it to be ought." well, the president never said that. if the white house had been honest about people losing their health insurance, this law would never have passed. the law did pass, and people across the country are learning how much it's going to actually hurt them personally. for millions of people who are losing the insurance that they have, they're finding that the options available under the democrats' health care law are much more limited and much more expensive. the rates are higher, the deductibles are higher
. >>> the fight over president obama's health care l >>> the fight over president obama's health care law takes center stage on capitol hill today. lawmakers prepare to grill health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius on the government's faulty insurance website and the millions of americans who have had their insurance policies canceled. >> is it your experience that allies of the united states have spied on the united states historically? >> yes. >> the government's spy secrets come into the open. two of the nation's top intelligence officials defend the program that puts dozens of leaders under surveillance. >>> and while the red sox prepare for game six in the world series in boston, airplane trouble keeps the cardinals stuck in st. louis until late last night. captioning funded by cbs >>
, i want to inform my fellow senators and the american people, and inform them again on the excellent progress that we made on nominations and fair treatment of president obama's nominees and confirming the nominees of the president. with these confirmations today, the senate will have confirmed 38 lower court article 3 judicial nominees this year, despite what i frequently hear that this president is being treated differently than president bush, president obama is clearly ahead of where president bush was at a similar time frame, meaning at this time frame in a second term. the 38 confirmations this year is more than two and a half times the number confirmed at a similar stage in president bush's second term when only 14 judicial nominees had been confirmed. in fact, for 0 the entire fifth year of president bush's term only 21 lower court judges were confirmed. again, in president obama's fifth year we will have confirmed 38 nominees after today's vote. in addition to the robust pace of activity on the floor, the committee has had an aggressive schedule of hearings and business meet
hamburgers it was selling every day. yet the obama administration cannot tell us how many americans have tried to sign up for obamacare, can't tell us how many americans did sign up for obamacare, they can't tell us what level of insurance they bought, nor can they tell us in what zip code they live. they've told us that 20 million americans have visited the obamacare web site. they've got the basic information to shop but how many have tried to sign up? how many did sign up? where do they live? what kind of insurance did they buy? not only have they not told us, madam president, they've done their best to keep us from finding out. with wicki leaks and aircraft snow den -- snowden spilling our beans every day, it's the biggest secret left in washington, d.c. the national security administration could learn some lessons from secretary sebelius. see wee shouldn't have to rely on anonymous sources to get basic information about what's happening with obamacare. therefore i'm introducing legislation today to require the administration to answer the following questions every week, how many peo
of other americans are falsely a facing as we spea. meetings hebz, leadership meetings happened, member meetings happened, furious scheming behind the scenes, and a lot of lobbying. and ultimately that lobbying of the obama administration paid off, because in early august of this year, right after congress got out of town for the august recess, conveniently right after congress left the scene of the crime, the obama administration issued a special rule with no basis in the law, in my opinion, no basis in the obamacare statute. and this special rule is a special exemption for congress, a carveout to take all of the financial sting out of that obamacare section. and what this special o.p.m. rule is -- and, again, o.p.m., the office of personnel management, was the agency that came up with this illegal rule after this furious lobbying, after president obama became personally involved, literally personally participated in the discussions leading to this rule -- what this illegal rule does is essentially two things. first of all, the rule says, well, official congressional staff. we don't kn
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